‘Di agad pasaway’ Trillanes defends people not complying ECQ

‘Di agad pasaway’ Trillanes defends people not complying ECQ

Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV choses to be at the other side of the fence again.

He is of the opinion that those people found outside of their homes during the Luzon wide lockdown is not automatically “pasaway.”

Trillanes said these people could be on their way to work or even homeless.
Screen grabbed from Youtube

“Ang mga taong nsa labas ng bahay ay di agad pasaway. Bka sila ay: 1. Ppunta o mgtatrabaho sa plengke/ospital; 2. Di na mkatiis sa init,sikip ng bahay nila kc wla silang aircon/garden gaya ng mga maykaya sa buhay; 3. Sa lansangan sila nktira,” he tweeted.
Screen grabbed from Trillanes' Twitter

“Bottomline, wg kyo mainis agad sknila,” he added.

Martial law type ECQ

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in one of his public address that if people will still continue defying the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) guidelines and curfew he will be forced to call upon the members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police(PNP) to augment the local government units in the enforcement of the ECQ.

He did not hide his frustrations over the numbers that he is seeing and the news of various violations of the ECQ.

Duterte said his order would be akin to the declaration of “martial law.”
“I’m just asking for your disiplina kasi ‘pag ayaw ninyo, mag-take over ang military pati pulis (I’m just asking for your discipline because if you won’t follow, I’d ask the police and the military to take over). I am ordering them now to be ready,” he said in a speech aired over state-run PTV-4.
Under Article 7, Section 18 of the 1987 Constitution, the President can declare martial law, “in case of invasion or rebellion, when the public safety requires it.”

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